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Mexican Attorney General Arrested On Heroin, Cocaine Trafficking Charges

Mexican Attorney General Edgar Veytia has been captured at the US-Mexico outskirt south of San Diego on medication trafficking charges after purportedly endeavoring to pirate heroin, methamphetamine, pot and cocaine into the Unified States while utilizing discretionary benefits to clear fringe control. 

However U.S. experts wound up plainly insightful to Edgar Veytia's amusement months back, and the condition of New York documented medication trafficking charges against the Lawyer General on Walk 2, prompting his capture at the verge on Monday, as indicated by the arraignment. 

Attorney General Veytia, otherwise called "Diablo" in his local Nayarit, Mexico, was arrested Monday at the Cross Fringe Xpress connect, which joins Tijuana Air terminal to the Assembled States, U.S. Traditions and Outskirt Insurance agent Ralph Desio affirmed.

NBC San Diego reports
A lawyer for Veytia told NBC News he was just learning about the case and couldn’t comment. Law enforcement sources told NBC News that Veytia was on their radar for some time and he was arrested as soon as possible.
Veytia allegedly smuggled the drugs between January 2013 and February 2017. The indictment, filed in the U.S. District Court of Eastern New York, links Veytia with at least one kilogram of heroin, five kilograms of cocaine, 500 grams of methamphetamine and 1,000 kilograms of marijuana smuggled into the country.
During that same, Veytia allegedly knew of and would attempt illegal importation of those drugs outside the U.S. as well.
Federal prison records show Veytia remains in a San Diego lock-up, with a hearing scheduled Aprill 11 for removal to New York.
If convicted, the U.S. would seek at least $250 million from Veytia in property linked to drug manufacturing and distributing, according to the indictment.

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  1. why why ohh why
    Attorney involve in drug business.......perhaps his salary is not enough for him,,,he needs more money to live a luxury life style.